So they can pass over gloomy attitudes and inexpressive faces to something far more appealing.
I’m convinced each chief editor has the veto on how an editorial has to turn out. My intentions here, after posting about Kate Moss photos by Inez and Vinoodh for French Vogue, were to understand why in GQ’s perspective, women can be attractive, look alive and healthy and in Roitfeld view, sexy is hunted, lost, tobacco, leather and open vests.
I do not count myself amongst those who look at Adriana Lima and say that she’s the top of the tops.
I find her photographed outcome depending so much on the pose that I can easily find her in some pictures completely unattractive, in some vulgar and in others just beautiful. In this case, it’s not even her I’m targeting, it’s a “behind the lens” article.
Inez and Vinoodh work, for me, until now, had an uncalled for rawness and a opened up rock attitude, this one, nonetheless, is more alive than many.
I only proposed you the pictures that I found meaningful and a making of video for the photo shoot because I’m not looking for a discussion over Adriana’s body or almost naked photo shooting. I’m interested in the atmosphere around the photos.
From your perspective, Inez and Vinoodh work better in rock attitudes?